The winning idea was a toothbrush that requires neither toothpaste nor water.
This incredible invention is "Piccolissimo," the world’s smallest self-powered controllable robot, its creator claims.
The traditional brass key lock on the door of your on-campus room is about to get a major upgrade.
Gui and his startup team have now developed glasses that serve as activity trackers, wireless headphones and Bluetooth mics for phone calls.
The Provost’s Summer Mentor Program and Science Technology Engineering, Mathematics Mentoring Program have helped Philadelphia students navigate the college-application process, which leads some of them back to Locust Walk.
The program alters DNA sequences in tobacco and lettuce plants to produce plant-based medicines.
iAspire is a platform that matches students looking for an advantage in their career search with students and recent graduates who already have a foot in the industry.
A Penn Engineering student just made the smallest self-powered flying robot, according to The Inquirer.
Nested in the Lower Schuylkill area, the Pennovation Center is both an extension to Penn’s campus and a contribution to the larger scientific community of Philadelphia.
A Wharton competition is linking students — even at the high school level — directly with the World Bank.
SAY is a cross-cultural and cross-generational online Korean language service program that connects the Korean elderly with Korean language learners.
Penn was just awarded a $24 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a Science and Technology Center.
This is the the most comprehensive form of cyber protection Penn has ever implemented.
Horizons School of Technology, a startup founded by Penn alumni, ran its first coding bootcamp course this summer right next to Penn’s campus.
The three speakers at the Women in Tech panel represented sectors within tech and media, including broadband, video chat and virtual reality.
Penn’s medical school graduates are thriving in tech fields — instead of becoming clinical physicians, some are choosing to found apps or startups instead.
This year, Penn's Aerial Robotics Club swept the competition at the International Aerial Robotics Competition in Atlanta, Georgia by winning the best technical paper, beating out the likes of MIT, Georgia Tech and international universities.
Starting this week, the LinkedIn Students app will allow students to view thousands of jobs and internships added to the app by Penn’s Career Services, in addition to the normal LinkedIn listings available to the public.
Engineering senior Natalie Melo had never seen anyone in the tech industry who looked like her. That changed when she toured the country meeting high-profile Latina leaders in tech — and star in a documentary series in the process.
The app helps voters avoid long lines by distributing them effectively across multiple polling booths.